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The Murdochs' strategy of having James bore the MPs panel into a slumber has worked and their...

The Murdochs' strategy of having James bore the MPs panel into a slumber has worked and their testimony ends without major revelations. Despite Rupert coming across as an "old dodderer," News Corp.'s (NWS) shares are +4.4%. Rebekah Brooks is now on. (previous)
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  • 2PP
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    How does a British scandal attract the attention of all the news stations, when there is a domestic scandal of our government smuggling illegal weapons to a foreign country and the media won't even mention it.
    19 Jul 2011, 12:54 PM Reply Like
  • youngman442002
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    Because Murdoch is a consertative..and the rest of the press hate him for that..and they will spend all year on this.....I was watching today..50,000 employees and he is supposed to know what a lowly reporter was doing every day...come on..if the reporter committed a crime..he goes to jail...there were many government employees involved..any of these politicians going to jail...no...NEVER...did they do anything the governenment does every day...no...same thing...lol
    19 Jul 2011, 12:59 PM Reply Like
  • bpmf
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    Is that a bottle of Chablis on the table in front of her?
    19 Jul 2011, 01:00 PM Reply Like
  • Duude
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    Surely, the networks would be in a quandary if these hearings were held on the same day as a major nuclear disaster, a jet crash into the white house or an Israeli attack on Iran. It would be difficult to cut away.
    19 Jul 2011, 01:12 PM Reply Like
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